Investing Facebook IPO unfriendly to Canadians Add to ... CP Video Published Thursday, Feb. 02 2012, 5:25 PM EST Last updated Friday, Feb. 03 2012, 9:45 AM EST Facebook's initial public offering has the world abuzz to the tune of billions of dollars, but Canadians are unlikely to get a piece. Canadian Press reporter Sunny Freeman explains why Watch More Video: Is Coke taking a gamble by tinkering with Canadian product? The big trend in the consulting business Why Canadians can't see some of the most buzzworthy Super Bowl ads (and how to get around it) How the Bank of Canada's rate cut will affect the housing market Tim Hortons workers bracing for job cuts Strong dollar slams P&G's profit Why Air Canada has yet to scrap its fuel surcharges Coca-Cola rolls out classic drink with less sugar in Canada Is this the end of austerity? The immediate fallout from Greece’s anti-austerity vote EU ponders Greek debt fallout Markets weather Greek election storm Greece says no thanks to austerity Loonie poised to drop below 80 cents Market Call Tonight: Top picks from Bank of Nova Scotia’s Jaime Carrasco Four keys to a happy and healthy retirement Oil traders eye Saudi succession The latest (and most ridiculous) trend in Super Bowl advertising: Ads for ads Urban Outfitters' edgy style brings harsh scrutiny Everything investors need to know about phantom distributions Comments AA More Related to this Story Video: Is Facebook a buy? Video: Can Facebook crack IPO market?